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Lowe explains challenges faced at Williams for F1 turnaround

Williams Chief Technical Officer Paddy Lowe has opened up about the new challenges he's faced returning to the team where he began his Formula 1 engineering career and how he rates the progress since taking charge at the start of this season. Lowe left triple F1 world champions Mercedes last January to return to Williams this year as technical head and a shareholder of the team. Lowe joined the British team back in 1987 as Joint Head of Electronics and masterminded the team’s active suspension used to help Nigel Mansell to the 1992 F1 world title. After moving to McLaren in 1993 Lowe worked through the senior ranks at the Woking-based team, before switching to Mercedes with Lewis...
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